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Delaware Gov. John Carney Signs Bill Awarding Electoral Votes To Winner Of National Popular Vote

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Written by Alicia F. Luke

This is all a big load of BS. The Constitution, Amendment XII says: “The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President.”

By changing the “state” law to giving all Electoral Votes to the candidate with the most votes nationwide is unConstitutional and thus, against the law.

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The Hill:

Delaware Gov. John Carney (D) signed a bill that would give the state’s presidential electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote, according to The Associated Press.

In signing the bill, Delaware became the 13th state to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.

States that belong to the compact would award their electoral votes to whomever wins the popular vote nationally, regardless of the results in those individual states.

With the addition of Delaware, states that belong to the compact hold 184 electoral votes, still well short of the 270 needed for a candidate to ascend to the White House — which is also the threshold at which the pact takes effect. More

Why would any small state nullify the votes of their citizens? 

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